|Title||John Stark Revolution Letters|
|Dates of Creation||1777, 1778|
|Scope & Content||
Two letters of John Stark relating to the American Revolution.
Letter from John Stark to Major General Schuyler dated August 13, 1777. Responding to military orders of Schuyler's for Stark to have his troops join the Army. Mentions seeing “50 Indians near Cambridge” and sending 200 men to oppose them. After signature is a pencil inscription “Copy”. Stark's signature does not match other signatures on file.
Letter from John Stark to Henry Glen, Esquire in Schonactada. (Schenectady?) Dated 06/12/1778. Discusses appointing a temporary commissary “till the pleasure of General Gates is known.”
Schuyler, Philip John
Bennington, Battle of, N.Y., 1777